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Turkey to expel US envoy including 9 others countries


ISTANBUL:- Turkey has made a decision that will make waves in international politics. Accordingly, ambassadors of 10 countries, including the United States, will now be rejected in Turkey. In other words, these countries will not be able to send ambassadors here. The decision was made public by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Turkey has made such a decision for 10 countries including USA, Germany and France. Even the ambassadors of these countries who are currently in Turkey will have to leave the country.

In particular, the ambassadors of these countries demanded the release of Osman Kawala, a Turkish engineer. That is why President Erdogan has made a big decision to reject the ambassadors of those countries. Kawala has been in jail for the past four years. Turkey has rejected ambassadors to the United States, France, Finland, Canada, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.

Earlier, the ambassadors had demanded his release through a joint appeal. Addressing a public meeting on Saturday, Erdogan said that no ambassador from any country would dare to give orders to his foreign ministry.

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